You know you're supposed to drink plenty of water — conventional wisdom says eight glasses (even though it's more like 80 ounces, more if you're active) — to boost your energy levels, keep your skin looking its best, and to better your overall health. The good news is, you can also get water from a lot of the food you eat, especially if you load up on fruits and veggies.
As the temperature gets warmer and you're more active outside, staying hydrated is key. Be sure to drink your water and also load up on these hydrating fruits and veggies — all of which are over 85 percent water. Most of these water-rich fruits and veggies were recommended by dietitians Kaleigh McMordie, MCN, RDN of Lively Table, Barbie Boules, RDN, CHC, and Becky Kerkenbush, MS, RD-AP.